DescriptionThis National Historic Site (c 1819) is the seat of the Nova Scotia Government, Canada’s oldest provincial legislative assembly, and the original home of Britain’s first overseas self-government. Writer Charles Dickens called Province House “a gem of Georgian architecture” and described the 1842 opening of the legislature as “like looking at Westminster through the wrong end of the telescope”.
Facilities / ServicesBus tours
Hours Of Operation
July–Aug, Mon–Fri 9am–5pm, Sat–Sun & holidays 10am–4pm; O/S Mon–Fri 9am–4pm.
Detailed InformationAdmission: Admission free.
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